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THE ROLE OF

MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
IN NATION BUILDING

BY:
Engr. Godwin O. Enibueta
(MNSE, MNIMechE)
THE FIELD OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
 Mechanical engineering is one of the largest, broadest, and oldest
engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers use the principles of
energy, materials, and mechanics to design and manufacture
machines and devices of all types. They create the processes and
systems that drive technology and industry.
 The key characteristics of the profession are its breadth, flexibility,
and individuality. The career paths of mechanical engineers are
largely determined by individual choices, a decided advantage in a
changing world. Mechanics, energy and heat, mathematics,
engineering sciences, design and manufacturing form the
foundation of mechanical engineering.
 Mechanics includes fluids, ranging from still water to hypersonic
gases flowing around a space vehicle; it involves the motion of
anything from a particle to a machine or complex structure

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WHO IS A MECHANICAL ENGINEER

 Mechanical engineers researches, design, develop,


manufacture, and test tools, engines, machines, and other
mechanical devices. Mechanical engineering is one of the
broadest engineering disciplines. Engineers in this discipline
work on power-producing machines such as electric
generators, internal combustion engines, and steam and gas
turbines. They also work on power-using machines such as
refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment, machine tools,
material handling systems, elevators and escalators,
industrial production equipment, and robots used in
manufacturing. Mechanical engineers also design tools that
other engineers need for their work. In addition, mechanical
engineers work in manufacturing or agriculture production,
maintenance, or technical sales; many become administrators
or managers.

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VERSATILITY OF THE MECHANICAL ENGINEER

 The field is notable for emphasizing versatility. A mechanical


engineering education is an excellent foundation for work in
other fields. Some mechanical engineers work on medical
problems, such as the mechanics of bones and joints, or the
fluid dynamics of the circulatory system. Mechanical
engineers deal with economic issues, from the cost of a single
component, to the economic impact of a manufacturing plant.
Mechanical Engineers can be found in sales, engineering
management, and corporate management. Versatility is a
decided asset in a world that is undergoing constant
economic, political, industrial, and social change. Mechanical
engineers are educated and positioned, not only to adapt, but
to define and direct change.

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PIONEERING DEVELOPMENTS OF MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING IN THE ANCIENT WORLD

From the development of early tools and machines, many


of which had military applications as ‘engines’ of war and
were therefore used to destroy the creations of civil
engineering, mechanical engineering developed around
the world, the results of which were quite often unknown
elsewhere until much later. Mechanical devices, including
clocks, vehicles, drive system cranks, gears, camshafts
and chains were developed by the ancient Greeks,
Egyptians, Chinese and Arabs.

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TRAIL BLAZERS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING cont’d

Leonardo da Vinci was the first famous mechanical engineer,


although he is most commonly regarded today as an artist.
Other famous mechanical engineers and their contributions to
social and economic development include:

 Archimedes (screw pump),


 Charles Babbage (‘Difference Engine’ – the first mechanical
computer),
 Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler, Henry Bessemer (steel),
 Louis Bleriot, Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Nicolas Leonard Sadi
Carnot (thermodynamics –Carnot cycle)

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TRAIL BLAZERS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING cont’d

 Henry Laurence Gantt (Gannt chart),


 Hero of Alexandria (the windwheel and first steam
turbine),
 Joseph Marie Jacquard (Jacquard loom – a forerunner of
the computer),
 Henry Maudslay (machine tools),
 Thomas Newcomen (first steam engine),
 Nicolaus Otto (four-stroke engine),
 Charles Parsons (steam turbine),
 William Rankine (thermodynamics),
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TRAIL BLAZERS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING cont’d

 William Rankine (thermodynamics),


 Osbourne Reynolds (fluid dynamics – Reynolds Number),
 Igor Sikorsky (helicopter),
 Ernst Werner von Siemens and Sir William Siemens, Nikola Tesla
(physicist, electrical and mechanical engineer – AC power systems),
 George Stephenson, Robert Stephenson, Richard Trevithick (steam
power),
 James Watt (steam engine), Frank Whittle (jet engine),
 Joseph Whitworth (threads and precision machining),
 Felix Wankel (rotary engine),
 Zhang Heng (spherical astrolabe and seismometer).
 F.W Taylor (the father of modern business management)
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THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

Mechanical engineering reinforced and was in turn driven


forward by the successive waves of innovation and
Industrial Revolution;
 The first wave of Industrial Revolution focused on the
textile industry from 1750–1850.
 The second wave focused on steam and the railways from
1850–1900.
 The third wave was based on steel, machine tools,
electricity and heavy engineering from 1875–1925.
 The fourth wave based on oil, the automobile and mass
production from 1900 onwards, all of which were based
on mechanical engineering.
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THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION cont’d

 The fifth wave, based on information and


telecommunications from 1950, is related to electrical and
mechanical engineering,
 The sixth wave, beginning around 1980, based on new
knowledge production and application in such fields as
IT, biotechnology and materials.
 The seventh wave, beginning around 2005, based on
sustainable ‘green’ engineering and technology to
promote sustainable development, climate change
mitigation and adaptation, will once again be focused
particularly on a core of mechanical engineering.

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BASIC ENGINEERING

Fundamentally, mechanical engineers are involved with the


mechanics of motion and the transfer of energy from one
form to another or one place to another. Mechanical
Engineers design and build machines for industrial and
consumer use -- virtually any machine you find, had a
mechanical engineer involved with its development and
production. They design heating, ventilation, and air
conditioning systems to control the climate in homes, offices,
and industrial plants, and develop refrigeration systems for
the food industry. Mechanical Engineers also design heat
exchangers, key components in high-tech mechanical and
electronic computer equipment.

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BASIC ENGINEERING cont’d

 Applied Mechanics: Mechanics can be applied to almost


anything -- metal bars, rocks, water, the human skeleton
or complex systems such as buildings, automobiles, and
machines. The basic question is how things work and
whether they work well. To find the answers, a
mechanical engineer uses the knowledge of shock and
vibration, dynamics and motion, fracture and failure in
components, and the behavior of high-tech materials.
New computer applications make it possible to model and
visualize all of these processes.

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BASIC ENGINEERING cont’d

 Fluids Engineering: There's a mechanical process involved in


anything that flows -- air, water, heat and cold, even the sand
along our shores. Whatever the substance may be, Mechanical
Engineers know how to describe and control its movement.
Mechanical Engineers design fluid machines and systems --
pumps, turbines, compressors, valves, pipelines, biological
devices, hydraulic systems, and the fluid systems in car
engines. The fluids engineer can be found in industries
ranging from aerospace to food, manufacturing, medicine,
power, and transportation.

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BASIC ENGINEERING cont’d

 Heat Transfer: Heat is generated and moved by any use of


energy, in everything from computers to automobiles and
ventilating systems in buildings. This is an issue in all
modern technology, given today's emphasis on
conservation and wise use of resources. This field
touches on combustion, power generation and
transmission systems, process equipment, electronic
devices, thermal controls in manufacturing,
environmental controls, biotechnology, aerospace
applications, transportation equipment, and even
cryogenics (for those who like to freeze things).

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CORE AREAS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
THAT FOSTERS NATION BUILDING

 ENERGY CONVERSION
 ENERGY RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
 ENVIRONMENT & TRANSPORTATION
 ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
 MANUFACTURING
 MATERIALS & STRUCTURES
 SYSTEMS & DESIGN

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ENERGY CONVERSION
 We live in a world that depends on the
production and conversion of energy
into useful forms. Mechanical
engineers are involved in all aspects
of the production and conversion of
energy from one form to another.
Mechanical engineers design and
operate fossil fuel, hydroelectric,
conventional, nuclear and
cogeneration power plants. We design
and develop internal combustion
engines for automobiles, trucks and
marine use and also for electrical
power generation.
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ENERGY CONVERSION cont’d
 Internal Combustion Engines: Mechanical engineers design and
manufacture IC engines for mobile, marine, rail, and stationary
applications. Engine design requires a broad knowledge base,
including mechanics, electronics, materials, and thermal sciences.
Problems must be solved in fuels and combustion, intake systems,
ignition, instrumentation and controls, lubrication, materials, and
maintenance.

 Fuels & Combustion Technologies: Mechanical Engineers may


specialize in the understanding of fuels and combustion systems in
modern utility and industrial power plants or in internal combustion,
gas turbine or other engines. These Mechanical Engineers work with
combustion systems, fuel properties and characteristics, fuel
processing and alternative fuels, and fuel handling transportation
and storage.

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ENERGY CONVERSION cont’d
 Nuclear Engineering: Mechanical Engineers in Nuclear
Engineering use their knowledge of mechanics, heat, fluids,
machinery and controls. They develop advanced reactors and
components, heat exchangers, pressure vessels and piping,
rad-waste systems, and new fuel technologies.
 Power Engineering: Power Engineering focuses on electricity,
produced by steam and water-driven turbines. Power
Mechanical Engineers design and develop these systems, as
well as industrial and marine power plants, combustion
equipment, and the equipment that goes into power plants --
condensers, cooling towers, pumps, piping, heat exchangers,
and the controls to make it all work

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ENERGY RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT
 Mechanical engineers are experts on the conversion and
use of existing energy sources and in developing the
equipment needed to process and transport fuels. At the
same time, mechanical engineers are active in finding and
developing new forms of energy. In that effort, ME's deal
with the production of energy from alternate sources,
such as solar, geothermal, and wind.

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ENERGY RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT cont’d
 Advanced Energy Systems: Most energy has come from the
conversion of chemical or thermal energy into electrical and
mechanical energy. Mechanical Engineers are developing
alternatives to thermal energy, power cycle devices, fuel cells, gas
turbines, and innovative uses of coal, wind, and tidal flows.
 Solar Engineering: Mechanical Engineers in Solar Energy are finding
new ways to produce mechanical and electrical power for heating,
refrigeration, and water purification. They design devices and
structures to collect solar energy, and they work with architects to
design buildings that use solar energy for heating, cooling, and
lighting.
 Petroleum: Mechanical engineers play important roles in the
petroleum industry, working in oil and gas drilling and production,
offshore and arctic operations, hydrocarbon processing, synfuels
and coal technology, materials, equipment design and manufacture,
fuel transport, new fuel technologies, and pollution control.
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ENVIRONMENT & TRANSPORTATION
 Transportation is a large and growing field for mechanical
engineers. Existing modes of air and surface transport
require continuous improvement or replacement.
Mechanical Engineers work at the cutting edge of these
efforts. Wherever machines are made or used, you will
find mechanical engineers. They are instrumental in the
design, development and manufacturing of machines that
transmit power. They are also critically involved with the
environmental impact and fuel efficiency of the machines
they develop and with any by-products of the fuels used
to power those machines.

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ENVIRONMENT & TRANSPORTATION cont’d
 Aerospace & Automotive: They used to be called "flying machines."
Very true. Aircraft are, in fact, flying "machines." One of the major
activities of mechanical engineers is in the design, development and
manufacture of things that move on land, sea, air and in space.
Mechanical Engineers design propulsion engines and structural
component systems, crew and passenger accommodations and life
support systems. Mechanical Engineers also develop the equipment
used to build automotive, aircraft, marine and space vehicles.
 Environmental Engineering: Most environmental conditions involve a
mechanical process -- the movement of heat, noise, or pollutants in
air, soil, or water. Mechanical Engineers deal with questions about
environmental impact and recyclability in the design of products and
systems. They use modeling techniques to understand air, ground,
and water pollution and to develop effective controls. For example,
Mechanical Engineers analyzed and modeled the mechanical
relationship between power plant emissions and acid rain in the
some parts of the world.
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ENVIRONMENT & TRANSPORTATION cont’d
 Noise Control & Acoustics: Sound is a mechanical phenomenon -- the
movement of waves or vibrations through solids, liquids, or space. Acoustics
is the art and science of producing, analyzing, and controlling sound. A
mechanical engineering background can help to solve problems in noise
control, flow-related noise and vibration, industrial acoustics,
instrumentation, acoustical materials, and structures.
 Rail Transportation: All aspects of mechanical engineering can be applied to
the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of rail and mass-transit
systems. Technologies developed in aerospace and energy conversion are
being applied to a new generation of locomotives and cars for freight,
passenger, and transit services.
 Solid Waste Processing: Solid waste processing is a key aspect of
environmental protection and energy conservation. Mechanical Engineers
are involved in the design and construction of solid waste processing
facilities, and in work related to recycling, resource recovery, and the new
technologies for waste-to-energy and biomass conversion.

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ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
 Working in project teams is a way of life for mechanical
engineers. Deciding which projects to undertake and
leading those projects to a successful conclusion is the
job of experienced engineers who move into
management. On the safety front, all projects involve
safety issues. By its very nature mechanical engineering
involves the harnessing and channeling of the forces of
nature, forces which are often extremely powerful.
Consider the contained "explosion" that inflates an
automobile air bag or the mechanical forces involved in
bringing an airplane load of people to a safe and
comfortable landing, or the safety and reliability of an
elevator, a power plant, or an incubator for pre-maturely
born infants.
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ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT cont’d
 Management: Mechanical engineering careers often lead
to project, division, or corporate management, on a
domestic or international scale. Mechanical Engineering
managers deal with a variety of issues -- quality control,
safety, teamwork and productivity, communications,
finance, professional development and training, product
and market analysis, sales and service, and computer
systems.

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MANUFACTURING
 In contemporary manufacturing companies, mechanical engineers play
a key role in the "realization" of products, working closely with other
engineers and specialists in corporate management, finance, marketing,
and packaging. Mechanical Engineers design products, select materials
and processes, and convert them to finished products. They design and
manufacture machine tools -- literally the machines that make machines
and design entire manufacturing processes, aided by the latest
technologies in automation and robotics. Finally, the finished products
are transported in equipment designed by mechanical engineers. This is
the largest area of employment for mechanical engineers, especially
when the process and textile industries are included. A finished product
requires the right materials, a viable plant and equipment, and a
manufacturing system. This all comes within the purview of mechanical,
manufacturing and industrial engineers.

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MANUFACTURING cont’d
 Manufacturing Engineering: About half of
all Mechanical Engineers work in
companies that manufacture "something,"
such as consumer goods, transportation,
or industrial equipment. Another 16% work
in the process industries, like
petrochemical or pharmaceutical. The
challenges are as diverse as the products -
- from miniature devices used by
surgeons, to disk drives, or massive
pieces of industrial equipment. This work
calls for a knowledge of materials,
manufacturing processes, thermal
processes, controls, electronics, and, as in
all of engineering --- teamwork skills.

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MANUFACTURING cont’d
 Materials Handling Engineering: Materials must be delivered at the
right time, place, and in the right form -- a challenge with the costly,
exotic, and sometimes hazardous materials used in some industries.
Some Mechanical Engineers specialized in materials transportation,
handling equipment and procedures, hazard control technologies,
and in the training of employees who will work with these materials.
 Plant Engineering & Maintenance: Competitive industries must often
update their plants, manufacturing equipment, and operating
procedures. This must be done quickly and with the least possible
disruption. Mechanical Engineers in plant engineering focus on
systems, equipment, processes, and facilities. They provide creative
solutions that allow companies to meet their goals for quality, safety,
and cost.

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MANUFACTURING cont’d
 Process Industries: The Mechanical Engineer ‘process engineer' changes
materials from one form to another or gives them new properties. They can
then be used in manufacturing components and finished products. The
Mechanical Engineer `process engineer' designs and builds the systems and
machines that heat, cool, soften, harden, or liquefy substances – anything
from industrial fluids and gases, to metals, or even food products and
pharmaceuticals.
 Textile Engineering: Textile manufacturing is a global industry that depends
on automated equipment to prepare and handle fibers, weave or knit fabrics,
manufacture finished apparel, and handle finished products. Multinational
textile industries turn to Mechanical Engineers for expertise in plant design
and construction, equipment installation, programming and control
techniques, operations, and maintenance.

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MATERIALS & STRUCTURES
 In order to arrive at the best design for a
product, mechanical engineers use a wide
variety of metal, plastic, ceramic materials.
They also use composites made up of more
than one type of material. Once designed, built
and in service, elements like pipeline welds and
sections, gears and other drive-train elements
may need inspection for structural integrity or
the effects of mechanical wear. Non-Destructive
Evaluation, as its name implies, allows
Mechanical Engineers to use X-ray, magnetic
particle, ultrasound and other techniques to
examine the internal condition of structural and
machine parts, without causing them to fail or
without removing them from service. This
analysis is particularly important in assuring
the reliability and safety of pressure vessels
and piping systems.
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MATERIALS & STRUCTURES cont’d
 Materials Engineering: Materials has grown into a distinct and
important technology. Mechanical engineers focus on the
behavior and selection of materials – preferably before they
become part of machines or complex structures. The
‘Materials’ Mechanical Engineers focuses on the properties of
materials and their effect on design, fabrication, quality, and
performance. Mechanical Engineers find ways to give
materials specific properties -- strength, ductility, and
resistance to fracture, fatigue, and corrosion. The goal is to
have materials that can be casted, forged, stamped, rolled,
machined, or welded. Mechanical engineers are interested in
many aspects of plant engineering, including the pressure
vessels and piping that are an essential part of many industrial
plants and processes.

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MATERIALS & STRUCTURES cont’d
 Non-Destructive Evaluation: The manager of a large petrochemical
plant needs to know whether a massive pressure vessel and two
pumps are maintaining their structural integrity. There's a 50-50
chance that it won't be possible to reassemble the equipment once
it's taken apart, and replacement will force a month-long shutdown.
It's time to call in a mechanical engineer who specializes in Non-
Destructive Evaluation -- materials testing, non-destructive testing,
pressure vessel research, welding technologies, equipment design,
and repair strategies.
 Pressure Vessels & Piping: Many industries depend on pressure
vessels and piping to perform critical functions. These vessels must
be durable and safe when subjected to high-temperatures, pressure,
corrosion, or undersea conditions. Mechanical engineers develop
materials that will resist fatigue and fracture, plan the fabrication of
equipment, perform inspections and tests, and design components
using computer visualization and modeling techniques.

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SYSTEMS & DESIGN
Most mechanical engineers work in the design and control of mechanical,
electromechanical and fluid power systems. As a mechanical engineer
functioning as a design engineer it is likely that you would be involved with
one or more technical specialties, for example: Robotic System Design;
Computer Coordinated Mechanisms; Expert Systems in Design; Computer-
Aided Engineering; Geometric Design; Design Optimization; Kinematics
and Dynamics of Mechanisms; Cam Design/Gear Design; Power
Transmission; or Design of Machine Elements. Design engineers take into
account a truly wide number of factors in the course of their work, such as:
product performance, cost, safety, manufacturability, serviceability, human
factors, aesthetic appearance, durability, reliability, environmental impact
and recycleability.

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SYSTEMS & DESIGN cont’d
 Dynamic Systems & Control: Where there is movement there must be
control. A modern production line is a dynamic system, because its
movement and speed can be controlled. Mechanical Engineers create
the software, hardware, and feedback devices that form control and
robotic systems. This requires a knowledge of heat and mass
transfer, fluid and solid mechanics, the plants or processes to be
controlled, elements of electronics and computers.
 Fluid Power Systems & Technology: A conventional transmission
won't work because of the weight and sheer inertia that the vehicle
must overcome. You need to apply a lot of power very gradually, so
you employ a fluid power coupling. These technologies are used in
automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, and power industries, in
situations that call for a flexible and precise application of power in
large amounts.

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SYSTEMS & DESIGN cont’d
 Design Engineering: Mechanical Engineers design components,
entire machines, complex structures, systems and processes. This
work requires the knowledge of the basic sciences, engineering
principles, materials, computer techniques, manufacturing methods,
and even economics. New and challenging problems come along
with regularity. If you are working for an aircraft company, today's
problem may be vibration in an engine; tomorrow it may be wind
noise, stress on the landing gear, or a need to increase lift at low
speeds.
 Computers in Engineering: Mechanical engineers have developed a
wealth of computer applications software, based on their knowledge
of mechanics, fluids, heat, kinetics, and manufacturing. Some of the
interests in this area include computer-aided design and simulation;
computer-aided manufacturing; finite element analysis; visualization
techniques; robots and controls; computer vision and pattern
recognition; systems (hardware, software, and networks); and
management information systems.
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SYSTEMS & DESIGN cont’d
 Mechanical Engineers in the Electrical & Computer Industries: There are
mechanical components in electrical, electronic, and computer equipment,
all of which is manufactured through automated and mechanical processes,
all components must fit precisely, and unwanted heat must be transferred
elsewhere. All of these activities are in the domain of mechanical
engineering. The PC is very largely a mechanical device. Consider disk
drives, circuit boards, keyboards, the chasis structure, and, of course, the
mouse!
 Electrical & Electronic Packaging: The major focus for Mechanical Engineers
in this area is the physical design and manufacture of these products in such
a way that unwanted heat is removed and desired heat is retained where and
to the degree it is needed.
 Information Storage & Processing Systems: Any storage device on your
computer -- the CD, DVD, diskette, or hard drives -- has electrical, electronic,
and mechanical components. Mechanical Engineers help to design and
manufacture these precision devices. Their interests touch on hard disk
technologies, data storage and equipment, wear and lubrication in data
storage devices, micro-sensors, and controls.

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SYSTEMS & DESIGN cont’d
 Micro-electromechanical Systems: Micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS)
combines computers with tiny mechanical devices such as sensors, valves,
gears, and actuators embedded in semiconductor chips. A MEMS device
contains micro-circuitry on a silicon chip into which a mechanical device
such as a mirror or a sensor has been constructed. Among the presently
available uses of MEMS or those under study are:
 1) Sensors built into the fabric of an airplane wing so that it can sense and
react to air flow by changing the wing surface resistance; effectively creating
a myriad of tiny wing flaps, 2) Sensor-driven heating and cooling systems
that dramatically improve energy savings, and 3) Building supports with
imbedded sensors that can alter the flexibility properties of a material based
on atmospheric stress sensing.

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CONCLUSION
 From the foregoing points and analysis, the role of the mechanical
engineer to nation building cannot be overemphasized as it is quite
obvious that Mechanical engineers design the solutions that generate
economic development for communities and countries and
contribute in tangible ways to a society’s quality of life. They design
equipment and machineries used by other engineering disciplines
and a whole lot of fields, including medicine.

 Mechanical Engineering is concerned with the design, development,


research, evaluation, manufacture, installation, testing, operation,
maintenance and management of machines, mechanical and
mechatronic systems, automated systems and robotic devices, heat
transfer processes, thermodynamic and combustion systems, fluid
and thermal energy systems, materials and materials handling
systems, manufacturing equipment and process plant.

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CONCLUSION
 Mechanical engineers are critical to technologies that serve people and
are widely represented in both the traditional and alternative energy
industries. They possess the knowledge and skills needed to design new
energy sources and make existing energy sources cleaner and improve
the efficiency of current and emerging technologies. They can be at the
forefront of developing new technology for environmental remediation,
farming and food production, housing, transportation, safety, security,
healthcare and water resources. They can create sustainable solutions
that meet the basic needs and improve quality of life for all people
around the world.
 Mechanical engineers are already looking forward to providing solutions
to future challenges in our ever changing world; such challenges may
would include- agriculture technologies, new designs for railways,
highways and urban transport, more efficient energy form coal, water
conservation, less energy consuming housing technology with more
efficient cooling systems, and affordable effluent treatment techniques,
improving productivity in manufacturing, etc.
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CONCLUSION
The role of Mechanical engineers in future development will be to:
• Develop sustainably through new technologies and techniques, and
respond to the global environmental pressures brought about by
economic growth;
• Be at the forefront of implementing a system design approach across
large and small-scale systems;
• Engage in international collaboration around our critical knowledge
and competencies;
• Work in the emerging Bio-Nano technologies to provide solutions in
such diverse fields as healthcare, energy, water management, the
environment and agriculture management, and
• Create affordable engineering solutions.

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